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PHOTOS: Fall forage, colors on display in Garfield County

Ray K. Erku, Ike Fredregill and Peter Baumann
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Roaming through the brush, a black bear searches for berries in Four Mile Park on Monday .
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A disc golf course at Sunlight Mountain Resort leads hikers down the yellow-leaf road Monday.
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Rows of trees at a tree farm in Rifle stand beneath a morning sun Saturday.
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A patchwork of fall colors is on display along the Redstone Cliffs in the Crystal River Valley.
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Vibrant swathes of yellow mark the end of summer in an aspen stand tucked into Four Mile Park’s wildlands.
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A bee pulls nectar from a blossoming shrub near Harvey Gap State Park on Saturday.
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Green leaves are beginning to change along Coal Creek in the White River National Forest.
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An afternoon storm rolls over the mountains near Sunlight Peak in Four Mile Park on Monday.
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Harvey Gap State Park begins to show its falls colors Saturday.
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The trees, they are a changin.’ Sunlight bursts through a mosaic of fall foliage, persistent conifers and shrubbery in Babbish Gulch near Sunlight Mountain Resort.
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A pond at Lion’s Park Circle in Rifle reflects surrounding vegetation Saturday.
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Aspen trees have already changed their colors along Coal Creek.
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The water of a fishing pond at Lion’s Park Circle in Rifle stands still Saturday.
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